The Belfast street art scene is thriving, similar to other hot spots in Berlin and Krakow and I’m not just talking about the political stuff, but the world famous artists creating a beautiful bright backdrop to Belfast’s City Centre. Some pieces are from local talent such as Visual Waste and Glen Molloy, whilst others have a more international tone such as Dan Kitchener or Christina Angelina who sprayed their art during Belfast’s annual Culture Night.
There’s more than enough across Belfast for several blogs but I’ve included most of what I could find on our walking tour of the city! [UPDATE – Hit the East street art blog available here].
Legends Wall, Corporation Street – Glen Molloy
Blurry Eyed, Talbot Street – Dan Kitchener
Conflict, Talbot Street – Sabek
Lobster Pot, High Street Court – SMUG
The Duel of Belfast, Hill Street – Conor Harrington
Unbreakable, Hill Street – Psychonautes
Some Asshole Whitewashes a Rembrandt, Hill Street – PANG
Enchanted Forest, Exchange Place / Hill Street – Ed Hicks
Son of Protagoras, Talbot Street – MTO
Unknown, Bank Street – Irony
Unknown, Church Street – KVLR
Conspiracy, Muddler’s Club – Visual Waste
Be My Valentine, North Street – Visual Waste
(Better Call) Saul Goodman, North Street – Visual Waste
Bowie, Gresham Street – Visual Waste
Bigger Than Yeezus, Union Street – Visual Waste
Fight or Flight, North Street – Danelo / Friz
Doberman, Union Street – Verz
Golden Lion Monkey, Kent Street – Louis Masai
Various, Garfield Street
Boogie Down Belfast, Upper North Street – Inkie
Artslab, Upper North Street – Inkie
Three Faces, Donegall Street – Christina Angelina
The Dark Horse, Commerical Court – Ciaran Gallagher
Teenage Dreams, Belfast City East Flyover. This piece was originally created by Ken Maze and Glen Black in 2004 before the Belfast Council covered it over (to much uproar) in 2013. It was reinstated in 2015.
If I’ve missed a credit please let me know and I’ll update!